movieposteroftheday:

US one sheet for INHERENT VICE (Paul Thomas Anderson, USA, 2014)
Designer: TBD
Poster source: mubiblog

movieposteroftheday:

US one sheet for INHERENT VICE (Paul Thomas Anderson, USA, 2014)

Designer: TBD

Poster source: mubiblog

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Silhouettes in the Coen Bros’ films

(Source: tarkovskymalick, via kablamm)

Cross-dissolves in Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master (2012)

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Loved reading this. Remember Bubble?

Plus: Everything Steven Soderbergh Has Done Since He ‘Retired’

movieposteroftheday:

1959 Czech poster for THE 400 BLOWS (François Truffaut, France, 1959)
Artist: Josef Hvozdenský
Poster source: Terry Posters
For more posters for THE 400 BLOWS see an archived Movie Poster of the Week from 2012.

movieposteroftheday:

1959 Czech poster for THE 400 BLOWS (François Truffaut, France, 1959)

Artist: Josef Hvozdenský

Poster source: Terry Posters

For more posters for THE 400 BLOWS see an archived Movie Poster of the Week from 2012.

(via truthandmovies)

Between this lengthy discussion and yesterday’s article on pop culture in the movie, I’m gonna need to watch The 40 Year Old Virgin real, real soon.

fuckyeahmovieposters:

The Hateful Eight

thedissolve:

In The 40-Year-Old Virgin, pop culture plays a number of different roles. It helps prolong Andy’s childhood indefinitely, but it also provides a vocabulary and set of shared experiences that connect the characters, even if that connection comes partly from a blinding hatred for Michael McDonald. Pop culture unites us by what we hate as much as by what we love, and I particularly responded to the running gag involving McDonald’s soul-killing ubiquity within the store because I spent four years working at Blockbuster Video, and I remember a four-month stretch where we were professionally required to play a special episode of Entertainment Tonight created specifically for Blockbuster on a never-ending loop. So over the course of a single shift I might see and hear the same inane half-hour of drivel 16 times in a row. As David’s cheerful opening threat of mass murder indicates, that kind of mindless repetition can do strange and terrible things to a man’s mind. 

Our latest Movie Of The Week discussion continues Blockbuster Month by looking at Judd Apatow’s The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Nathan Rabin kicks off the conversation with an essay on the film’s queasy but loving relationship with pop culture (and how it mirrors his own). Wednesday features a staff dialogue about the film’s massive influence over modern comedy, its take on masculinity, and whether some of its more insensitive humor would fly today. And Thursday will bring a piece on Apatow’s early, pre-Virgin history and how it influences his work. Come join the Dissolve commenters in talking through this comedy classic.

vanityfair:

Richard Linklater Reviews His Entire Filmography, from Slacker to Before Midnight and Boyhood
cacophagy:

Jean-Pierre Léaud in THE 400 BLOWS (1959). Directed by Francois Truffaut.

cacophagy:

Jean-Pierre Léaud in THE 400 BLOWS (1959). Directed by Francois Truffaut.

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giltman:

The Master.

giltman:

The Master.

thedeathoffilm:

PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN (1967 - 2014)

woof. this was essentially my immediate response to the news of his death. what a phenomenal, vital actor. the movies as a whole were infinitely better for having known him.

So sad. RIP.

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wandrlust:

Spanish Poster for Rififi (Jules Dassin, 1955)

wandrlust:

Spanish Poster for Rififi (Jules Dassin, 1955)

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bobbymoynihans:

First Look at “They Came Together”- starring Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler

Directed by David Wain and written by Wain and Michael Showalter.

film-dot-com:


THE 10 BEST MUSIC MOMENTS FROM COEN BROTHERS FILMS
No big surprise, but the Coen Brothers “Inside Llewyn Davis” has been getting raves, not just for the film, rooted in the ’60s folk scene, but for the T-Bone Burnett-produced soundtrack that gets boosts from Justin Timberlake, Punch Brothers, and leading man Oscar Isaac as well.
The art of masterfully setting music to moving pictures is nothing new to the Coens, who have been delivering great scenes set to just the right notes since 1984′s “Blood Simple.” In honor of the folksy beauty of “Llewyn,” here are the ten greatest musical moments sprung from the minds of everyone’s favorite two-headed directing monster.
READ / LISTEN TO THE LIST ON FILM.COM

film-dot-com:

THE 10 BEST MUSIC MOMENTS FROM COEN BROTHERS FILMS

No big surprise, but the Coen Brothers “Inside Llewyn Davis” has been getting raves, not just for the film, rooted in the ’60s folk scene, but for the T-Bone Burnett-produced soundtrack that gets boosts from Justin Timberlake, Punch Brothers, and leading man Oscar Isaac as well.

The art of masterfully setting music to moving pictures is nothing new to the Coens, who have been delivering great scenes set to just the right notes since 1984′s “Blood Simple.” In honor of the folksy beauty of “Llewyn,” here are the ten greatest musical moments sprung from the minds of everyone’s favorite two-headed directing monster.

READ / LISTEN TO THE LIST ON FILM.COM

(via truthandmovies)